By Jim Cullen
- Explores the ways that the yank people’s perceptions of strength have been as significant because the realities of that strength, and the way renowned ideals formed the occasions of post-WWII America
- Gives specific realization to mass media, the effective arts, and highbrow currents, exploring their function in American society
- Features “Culture Watch” bankruptcy sidebars, which aid scholars delve into specific vintage works of yankee culture
- Intermixes political and social historical past besides cultural historical past to supply a finished narrative
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